Wednesday, July 9, 2008

Who let the blogs out?

Posted By on Wed, Jul 9, 2008 at 8:58 PM

Boss Hays' Riverside Mobile Home Acres appears to have run into another spot of trouble. It was all sweetness and light for his planned KONLR downstream from the mothball fleet, judging by a friendly account in the D-G this morning.

But wait. Argenta News is on the mayor's case (yet again). It seems state rules require buildings with lavatories  in RV parks such as the mayor plans. And there are other rules that even Boss Hays isn't powerful enough to waive, king of Argenta though he may be.

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